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To promote family-oriented and friendly club activities anchored in the tradition of yachting., private events, junior activities.

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Welcome! We appreciate your interest in the Capital Yacht Club (CYC). The following information will help to orient you to our Club.  The Capital Yacht Club (CYC) is located at the heart of  The Wharf . Established in 1892, we have a rich tradition of boating on the Washington Channel. Our clubhouse overlooks the club docks providing monumental views, a relaxed atmosphere, and DC hospitality. Come join us as a member or visiting boater and get to know this unique community on DC’s vibrant Southwest Waterfront.

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Applications Process

First Step: For those interested in joining CYC, the first step toward becoming a member of the Capital Yacht Club is attendance at an Orientation Session. Orientation is generally held on the second Thursday of each month at 7 PM in the Club’s library. You can confirm a session and your interest in attending by sending a message to: [email protected] . At Orientation, you will learn about the Club’s history, its structure, services and activities, be provided a tour of the facility and learn the details of becoming a member.

Second Step: At Orientation, you will be provided a Prospective Member badge. This badge will identify you as a Prospective Member with the right to attend the Club and participate in Club activities. Just ring the doorbell at the front door and – upon seeing the badge – current members will know to open the door for you, and more importantly, to engage and share the social-based aspects of the Club.

Third Step: Prospective members are encouraged to visit the Club and participate in Club events. By attending events, conversing with its members and volunteering at Club functions over a couple of months, Prospective members will learn whether the Club is the right social opportunity for them, and Club members will learn whether the Prospective member is a good addition to the Club.

Fourth Step: After attending Orientation, Prospective members will be provided an application packet. The packet includes a request for basic personal information, plus a Prospective Member Booklet to be completed. The Booklet helps a Prospective member prepare for a strong participatory membership. As you work through the Booklet you will be introduced to the Board of Directors (BOD) by your sponsors.

Sponsors: A key part of the application is the securing of two current Members of the Club to serve as sponsors. Should you be seeking an Active membership, both sponsors must themselves be Active members; for Community membership, one sponsor can be an existing Community member and the other an Active member.

The role of the sponsors is an important one in the process – they both guide the Prospective member through the process and vouch for the Prospective member before the Admissions Committee, the Board, and the entire membership.

If you do not already know members of the Club and are seeking potential sponsors, keep in mind that sponsorship involves more than filling out a form. Ideally your sponsors should be members with whom you have good rapport and who are willing to serve as your mentor through the application process and beyond.

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Joining the Club

Financial: In addition to submitting a completed application, both sponsorship forms (and other documents provided), the Club must receive the Prospective member’s initiation fee (currently $15,000 for Active and $ 1,750 for Community membership) and a non-refundable fee of $200 for a background check. The initiation fee is non-refundable once a new membership number has been assigned. Note that the completed application packet must be posted for the entire membership to see for a minimum of ten days before the Board can consider the Prospective member. A link will be provided for completing an online background check.

Volunteer: Volunteerism has historically been key to the success of the Capital Yacht Club. It is important that the Prospective member learn about the Club’s committee structure and identify area(s) of personal or professional interest.

Interview: Upon completing the requirements of the Booklet and application process, the Prospective member (and sponsors) will be interviewed by the Admissions Committee. Board Decision: Following your interview, the Admissions Committee will make its recommendation to the Board of Directors (BOD). You will be advised of the outcome by the Admissions Committee . Please note that the entire process of applying, interviewing and a BOD decision can take 30 to 60 days. During the period of application and finding sponsors, Prospects should continue to visit the Club, participate in activities, and meet more of the membership. Once approved, a member (seniority) number will be assigned based on the date stamped on the completed application packet.

Club and Bar: Prospects are encouraged to visit the Club and attend social functions during the application process. Upon becoming a member, the club will assign you a credit account. All bar charges, dues, dockage, electric, cable and event charges are billed monthly to members. There is an automatic 18 percent service fee charged at the bar, though additional tips are encouraged if warranted by good service. Smoking, or use of any tobacco product, is not permitted anywhere inside the Club house.

Dress and Decorum: CYC is a family-oriented environment designed for the enjoyment of members, family, guests, and transient boaters. We do not condone discriminatory behavior, period. Dress is generally casual unless otherwise noted for special events. Shirts and shoes are required at all times. Gentlepersons are asked to remove their hats at the bar, failure to do so could cost you a round of drinks if a fellow member makes note of your hat by ringing the ship’s bell! Members and guests are expected to conduct themselves in a courteous and polite fashion at all times. Inappropriate behavior or language may result in censure or expulsion from CYC.

On-Boarding: The data supplied in the Roster Information Form will be entered into the CYC database. New members should provide a photo to be used for the Roster and provide a background article and picture for use by the editor of the Club’s monthly newsletter, The Breezes.

Parking: Parking at CYC is available to Active members, for one vehicle only, by access code in the nest area of the garage on a first-come, first-served basis. Parking is not provided to prospective members during the application process.

Slip Assignments: Slips are awarded through a bidding process for Active Members based on seniority. Your member number is your seniority ranking, the lowest member number having the most seniority. When a slip is available, the Dockmaster will post the location of the slip along with the closing date on the bulletin board adjacent to the Captain’s Room in the Clubhouse. You may want to ask other members to keep you apprised of postings if you do not visit the Club on a daily or weekly basis. CYC will NOT call or advise you by e-mail of postings. Please note that the CYC retains the right to inspect any vessel to determine seaworthiness and that your vessel meets all Club, environmental, and legal requirements.

Dockage Agreements, Insurance, Coast Guard Documentation and Registration: All vessels are required to have a dockage agreement for slip assignment. Secondary vessels not affixed to the primary vessel may require a second dockage agreement. Proof of current Coast Guard Documentation and/or DC registration is required prior to the issuance of a dockage agreement. All vessels are required to carry liability insurance coverage in the amount of $500,000. Capital Yacht Club must be named as the additional insured. Proof of insurance must be provided to the Dockmaster upon renewal. Failure to comply may result in the cancellation of your dockage agreement.

CYC Staff: The CYC staff report to the general manager. Their principal duties are to assist the volunteer committee structure and to provide services to the membership and transient visitors. Consult the GM or the appropriate flag officer if you have an issue or special need.

This information is subject to change without notice and is provided as a quick reference guide for your convenience. This information is not intended to usurp the CYC By-Laws or any CYC policy.

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The Corinthian Yacht Club sponsors an active race schedule, a monthly cruise schedule, and an extensive list of social events.  It also offers both fine and casual dining for members and guests. From the MidWinter Regatta season opener in January and February to the April-to-September Friday Night Races, and the YRA Season Closer weekend, the club offers a full compliment of regattas, from intra-club to international competition. Member vessels also include powerboats, paddle boards and kayaks. CYC offers more than 35 social events a year, ranging from on-the-deck clambakes to a formal New Year’s Eve Ball. The dining room is open on weekends, and casual “bistro nights” are during the week. Now in its third century, it is the second-oldest yacht club in Northern California. The Corinthian founded such San Francisco Bay traditions as Opening Day on the Bay, The Blessing of the Fleet, and the Midwinter races. As noted in the CYC Mission Statement, the club is for members who share a passion for yachting, community and camaraderie and an appreciation for a beautiful haven that embodies a spirit of congeniality, graciousness, informality and authenticity.

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The Corinthian Yacht Club of Philadelphia is one of the oldest and most prestigious yacht clubs in America.

Founded in 1892, we've been at the forefront of the sport of sailing for over 130 years.

Our members have competed in, and won medals in, the Olympics, multiple National and World Championships, the America's Cup, and all the top ocean races including the Newport to Bermuda Race, the Annapolis to Newport Race, the Annapolis to Bermuda Race, the Chicago to Mackinac Race, and the TransPac Race.

In 2015 we renovated our pool into one of the most beautiful facilities in all of Philadelphia.

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We have fun. We are passionate about being on the water and spending time with friends. From racing to cruising. From sail boats to power boats. We are on the water, having fun, making friends, learning and growing together.

Our club is a community and our members are family.

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We race small boats.

Our members actively sail and race a number of small boats. We have about 20 J22's and 10 V15's racing each Wednesday evening from April through September.

We are actively looking to add Lasers, Sunfish, Flying Scotts, and Lightnings to the mix. Our sailing area is perfect for centerboard boats of all sizes.

Our members travel to race, participating in national and international regattas around the country in J22s, Melges 22, Lightnings, Etchels, Lasers and more.

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We race big boats.

Our members actively participate in big boat races up and down the east coast.

We have a regatta each spring and fall for our big boat fleet on the Chesapeake Bay. This includes three distance races in the Spring and two in the fall. Historically, the Spring races are over Memorial Day Weekend and the Fall races are on the third weekend of September.

Our members participate in PHRF and ORR races on the Chesapeake Bay. Including a recent wins in the 2021 and 2022 Performance Cruiser division.

Our members head offshore and participate in all the major ocean races. In 2022 we had four boats that competed in the Newport to Bermuda Race and for 2023 have four boats registered for the Annapolis to Newport Race.

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Yes we race ... but what is possibly better than spending quality time with friends on the water. Our Spring and Fall Cruises are legendary. Competitive racing during the day and epic raft-ups and parties in the evening.

The Corinthian Yacht Club of Philadelphia has been running cruises on the Chesapeake Bay for over 100 years. It is such an integral part of our club's culture it is written into the club's bylaws.

Our fleet travels too.

This summer we are planning a New England Cruise for late July. Starting in Mystic CT and ending in Nantucket with stops (and parties) in Newport, South Dartmouth, Cuttyhunk, and Martha's Vineyard along the way.

Members with both power boats and sail boats are welcome.

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Sailing is a lifetime sport and our clinics and coaches will make sure you start fast and get better regardless of your age.

We run a summer Jr. Sailing program for kids 10 to 15 years old. The program runs for six weeks and kids can sign up for two or more weeks each year. They learn the basics of sailing right on through becoming competitive racers in their own right.

We host a High School sailing program that attracts over 50 high schoolers each year and allows them to learn and compete regionally.

For our members we run both Adult Learn To Sail programs and class specific racing clinics.

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Trap shooting is a major part of club life. From October through March, the waterfront is taken over by the trap teams.

We have three shooting stations and host shoots most Sunday mornings.

Our trap teams travel to shoots all over the region and are regular podium finishers at the most competitive shoots.

We host numerous trap clinics throughout the year. From entry level programs to clinics with World Champions. What ever your level, we will help you get better

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We swim (and tan).

Our pool is the social center of the club during the summer months.

Pool side food and drink service is available, a playground, grills, games, paddleboards, Kayaks, canoes, and Flying Scotts all available for member use make spending time at the pool fun for kids of all ages.

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Why You Should Join Us

To get out on the water.

We're a yacht club so first and foremost, we want to see you out on the water. Racing, cruising, learning. It doesn't matter as our members do it all. Power boat, sailboat, yacht, canoe, or paddleboard. Our members love being on the water and sharing experiences with friends.

To become a better sailor

From aspiring junior sailors to seasoned adult sailors and all levels in between, the club is your home to becoming a better sailor.

The Club runs a Junior Sailing Summer Camp (Ages 8 to 15), regional high performance training camps, and is the home of the MLSA High School Sailing team. We also offer personalized private and semi-private lessons.

For the private dining

One of the most beautiful restaurants in all of Philadelphia. Unmatched views, service, food, and drinks.

For exclusive member experiences

All year long we sponsor outside speakers, workshops, clinics, and member parties

We host spring and fall cruises on the Chesapeake Bay, summer cruises in New England and winter cruises in the Caribbean.

Reciprocity with over 500+ yacht clubs throughout the country.

From November to April, our waterfront turns into one of the top trap shooting destination in the US. With 20 to 30 shooters competing each Sunday. Don't shoot? Come for Sunday Brunch and cheer your friends on.

  • Reciprocity

Reciprocity is an incredible benefit of CYC membership. As a CYC member, you have access to over 700 yacht clubs nationwide as well as clubs in other countries. Just imagine, the next time you are in Chicago, Palm Beach, or Bermuda, stop by their yacht club and enjoy the amenities. The Chesapeake Yacht Club is a member of the Chesapeake Bay Yacht Club Association (CBYCA). Clubs within the Association extend reciprocal privileges to CYC members. CYC is also listed in the directory of the Yachting Club of America , which affords our members reciprocal privileges at clubs around the country. 

Nearby clubs with which CYC has reciprocal agreements:

  • Annapolis Yacht Club
  • Baltimore Yacht Club
  • The Cannon Club
  • Capital Yacht Club  (Washington, DC)
  • Chester River Yacht & Country Club
  • Eastport Yacht Club
  • Maryland Yacht Club
  • Miles River Yacht Club
  • Solomons Island Yacht Club
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Why join Centerport Yacht Club?

  • Founded in 1947
  • 235 Regular memberships (CYC is home to many families, with approximately 300 children under age 18 currently growing up at the Club)
  • 20 Associate memberships (for those 21 to under 37 years of age)
  • 10 Junior memberships (for those 16 to under 21 years of age)
  • Beautiful historic clubhouse on Northport Harbor (also available for member-sponsored catered events including parties, weddings, reunions, meetings, etc.)
  • Reciprocal privileges with many other yacht clubs
  • Open 11 months of the year (closed in January)
  • Fleet of 120+ sailing yachts, over 50 power yachts and close to 70 power boats
  • Competitive yacht racing including Ensigns, Stars, J/24s, J/80s, Performance Handicap Racing Fleet (PHRF) for larger racing and cruising sailboats, Frostbiting (JY-15s and Lasers), and Ideal 18s
  • Club dock and mooring field (moorings are set and billed through the Club)
  • Launch service from mid-April through the end of October (limited service before and after the season)
  • Sailing Center
  • Assigned parking lot spaces for smaller boats
  • Launch ramp
  • Club cruises 
  • Club moorings in Lloyd Harbor, Sand City, and Port Jefferson for member use
  • Use of Club kayaks and paddleboards
  • Use of Club-owned Ideal 18 sailboats for an additional annual fee
  • Adult Learn to Sail program in Club-owned Ideal 18s
  • Swimming pool with lifeguards and bathhouse (open Memorial Day to Labor Day)
  • Dining Room, Porch and Binnacle Room bar (billed monthly to the Club member)
  • Burger Buoy snack bar by the pool (open seasonally)
  • Adult parties and social events scheduled throughout the year (Friday Happy Hours, Commissioning/Decommissioning, Holiday parties, Mother’s Day Brunch, Father’s Day BBQ, Men’s and Ladies’ Nights, Wine Dinner, Docktails, Regatta Parties, Fishing Tournament, etc.)
  • Get Fit CYC programs (Yoga By The Bay, Run CYC, etc.)

Children's Activities

  • Junior Sailing program for children ages 5 to teens (Opti, Blue Jay, Feva, Laser, C420, Ideal 18)
  • Swim Lessons for children age 4 and up
  • Swim Team for children ages 6 -17. (includes swim meets with other clubs)
  • Children’s parties/events scheduled throughout year (Halloween party, Holiday party, Easter Party, etc.)

Commitment to the Club

  • CYC is a member-owned and member-run private club. All members are encouraged and expected to participate in, and volunteer for, various activities to allow members to get to know one another and keep costs down.

Membership Inquiries

The mission of the Club shall be to encourage the sport of yachting, to promote skill in navigation and boat handling, to provide facilities for boating and entertainment for members, to promote social interaction between members and to cooperate in the improvement of waterways. Centerport Yacht Club is always looking to welcome qualified, sponsored, boat owning applicants to join the Club.

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How to become a member.

Cathlamet Yacht Club Membership Application Procedure

A. Complete the application form and send it to the Secretary along with a check including the initiation fee of $75 plus dues of $120 (if prior to July) or $60 (if after July 1). All applications must have two sponsors. Sponsors are club members who guide applicants through the membership process and assist with their introduction to the Club. Prospective members (at least one person of each member unit) must either have attended a club function or Board meeting within 90 days of submitting their application.  All fees and dues will be refunded if the candidate is not approved.

B. The membership will be notified of all applications under consideration by the Board. This will be published by the Secretary by e-mail to all members.

C. Acceptability of any proposed candidate will be determined by the Board after notification to the membership.

D. Any member in good standing can protest the acceptability of a proposed candidate in writing within five (5) days of the notification.

E. Any written objection received by the Board will be discussed in executive session with the objecting club member present only to discuss that particular objection. The voting on the proposed candidate will be done in private by the Board. The results will be communicated to the objecting member. The results of the vote will be mailed to the candidate.

F. If no protest is received by the Board within the prescribed time, the candidate will be approved and will be notified by mail.

Please send the completed application and fees to: CYC Secretary Cathlamet Yacht Club PO Box 665 Cathlamet, WA 98612 

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Come join us, here's how.... To guide you through the process of becoming a member of Canandaigua Yacht Club (CYC) and to provide you with an understanding of how CYC functions please use the Quick Links to the left of this page or those in the text below: 1. Read through these sections listed below to gain FAQ information about:

  • the  Club Policies, Rules & Constitution
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2. Choose which Membership Option best suits your need and complete the appropriate  Membership Application

3. Submit your completed Application form to:  

David Keefe,  Membership Chairperson , directly via email    OR Snail mail to: Membership Chairperson CYC 3524 West Lake Road  Canandaigua, NY 14424  OR call David @ (585) 301-2433

David Keefe will be in touch with you as soon as you make contact with him and he will walk you through the joining process. 

We Welcome You Aboard!

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Since 1932, our members have validated their passion for yachting and boating through their Corinthian spirit – a principle the Club was built upon. With over 1,200 members, the Club offers world-class regattas, one-design racing, fine and casual dining experiences as well as live music and private events. Members and guests of CYC and reciprocal yacht clubs delight in visiting our historical yacht club to gaze upon a glorious Bay view and reveling in its long-standing traditions and camaraderie.

Blessing of the fleet 2024, “the marked success of the coronado yacht club can be directly attributed to the principles upon which the club is organized. the main reason for its existence is to work for the benefit of coronado and to that end to develop glorietta bay as a yacht harbor, attract yachtsmen to the harbor and encourage yachting in san diego bay … it is to be hoped that the same spirit of hospitality, high purpose and cooperation which has been the basic principle of this club since its organization will continue through the future years., cordially yours,, ivan b. snell, commodore [1932-1935]”, cyc and rod and reel club, business directory, 1935, coronado yacht club.

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      Everyone at the California Yacht Club is devastated by the fire that took place at the  structure of our historic club on Monday, December 11, 2023. We want to extend our sincere thanks to the Los Angeles County Fire Department for their rapid response and intensive efforts to extinguish the fire. We are committed to working with the fire department as they investigate the cause of the fire, and we are hopeful to have more answers soon. In the meantime, we are humbled by the outpouring of love and support from the community and thank everyone for their cooperation as the investigation continues. Rebuilding takes time, but our membership is strong. Together we will weather this storm. 

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CYC MEMBERSHIP

CYC offers a range of membership options to suit your needs.

We offer discounts for current Canberra Southern Cross Club members. We encourage all members to join the CSCC who generously support all activities of the Canberra Yacht Club.

NEW MEMBERSHIP

I have never registered for sailing before.

NOTE: If you are a CSCC Member ensure you select the "Adult CSCC" tab with the drop down menu on the registration page to receive your discount.

UPDATE EXISTING MEMBERSHIP

Australian Sailing number is required.

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Return form to our office with payment.

OR mail to:

The Office Manager Canberra Yacht Club PO Box 7169 Yarralumla, ACT, 2600

MEMBERSHIP FEES

1 oct 2023 - 30 sept 2024.

  • Under 18 yrs old
  • Includes racing
  • Over 18 yrs old
  • Includes your partner
  • Includes up to 2 children under 18 yrs old

STUDENT INTERMEDIATE

  • Full-time students
  • 18-25 yrs of age

ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP (NON-SAILING)

  • Associate membership only
  • No sailing included

2022 - 2023 Reciprocal Race Entry Fee

Available for YMCA Sailing Club members only.

Pay a one off fee to be eligible for entry in the CYC regular racing. Includes Championship, Pointscore, Sprint and Twilight Series races during summer. You will also be eligible for results and prizes. Regatta and other series fees are additional and will be advised separately.

GRAB A TEMPORARY SAILPASS

Not ready to commit to a full membership, or only sailing a few races a sailpass may be a great option for you..

  • First 3 days - FREE
  • + Next 3 days - $20.00 per day (Applies to days 4 to 6)
  • + Next 20 days - $30.00 per day (Applies to days 7 to 26)
  • Select up to 26 days

SAILABILITY MEMBERSHIP FEES

Pay per session.

  • If you are a non-member
  • Casual pay by the week attendance
  • 20 sessions in the season
  • Contact us to book a session

CYC SAILABILITY MEMBERSHIP - NON-RACING

  • Sailing Sessions are FREE
  • Payment may be made in two instalments if required

CYC MEMBERSHIP - RACING

  • Racing activities require a full CYC membership
  • Further information is available on our membership page

Please get in touch and let us know how we can help you out.

Lawyer Baroness Shackleton failed to grab oligarch’s £200m yacht, ex-wife claims

Tatiana Soroka says she instructed law firm Payne Hicks Beach to seize vessel owned by oil and gas tycoon Farkhad Akhmedov

Tatiana Soroka (right) arrives at court with divorce lawyer Baroness Shackleton (left) in 2018

An oligarch’s ex-wife has claimed that leading divorce lawyer Baroness Shackleton failed to seize her former husband’s £200 million yacht.

Tatiana Soroka, 51, won Britain’s biggest divorce settlement in 2016 after Lady Shackleton’s law firm Payne Hicks Beach (PHB) secured her a £453 million victory against Russian former husband, Farkhad Akhmedov, the 68-year-old oil and gas tycoon .

Ms Soroka also instructed PHB to chase her ex-husband for the settlement money, despite him being ordered to pay by a judge.

However, Ms Soroka has launched a legal claim against PHB, saying that the firm failed to help her seize the Luna, his £200 million, 10-deck, 377ft superyacht, despite her asking the firm to explore options for having it seized in Miami.

The exact figure that Ms Soroka is seeking from the High Court has not been specified, but she is aiming to recoup the value of “lost opportunity” as a result of PHB’s involvement in the case.

The Luna was built for Roman Abramovich, the former Chelsea Football Club owner , and has two helipads, a mini-submarine and a swimming pool. It is the world’s second-largest expedition yacht.

Now PHB, which denies it has acted negligently, has claimed that Ms Soroka never instructed the firm to seize the yacht, and instead preferred to pursue other avenues of Mr Akhmedov’s wealth.

The Luna was built for Roman Abramovich, the former Chelsea Football Club owner

In documents filed to the High Court and reported by the Daily Mail, PHB claimed that Ms Soroka told Lady Shackleton in a phone call that she was “not impounding the ship”, instead aiming for her ex-husband’s valuable artworks and money.

Lady Shackleton, who is a member of the House of Lords, represented the King in his divorce settlement with Diana, Princess of Wales, in 1996.

She has since become Britain’s highest-profile divorce lawyer and has worked with celebrity clients such as Liam Gallagher, Madonna and Paul McCartney. In 2008, she had a jug of water poured over her by Heather Mills after the latter was awarded just £24 million of the £125 million she had sought from the former Beatles star.

Lady Shackleton, who is nicknamed “Steel Magnolia” for her tenacity in representing her clients, qualified in 1980 and joined PHB as a partner in 2001.

In her legal claim, Ms Soroka said that she spoke with Lady Shackleton and a colleague over the phone in January 2017, telling them that Mr Akhmedov was in Miami with the yacht and to “explore options” for having it seized.

However, PHB claimed that Ms Soroka’s “entire claim is based on a false factual premise”.

‘Inflamed a difficult relationship’

The latest court documents are also reported to show that PHB claimed that Ms Soroka was aware that “attempting aggressive enforcement action against the Luna” would be viewed by her ex-husband as “wholly unacceptable (especially when his girlfriend Anna was on board and due to give birth very shortly) and would have greatly inflamed the already difficult relationship between her, Farkhad and their two sons”.

Furthermore, the law firm claimed that even if Ms Soroka had instructed PHB to try and seize the Luna, she would not have been able to afford it as she was “invariably late” in paying the firm, and at one point, in March 2017, owed as much as £300,000.

PHB said any potential liability would be limited to the value of its insurance cover.

In a statement, the law firm said: “We have submitted a comprehensive defence which sets out how Ms Soroka’s claim is based on a false factual premise and is legally misconceived. Payne Hicks Beach remains proud of the result we achieved for Ms Soroka including the very significant award we obtained for her. She has not suffered any financial loss that can be recovered from this firm.”

Ms Soroka did not respond to the Daily Mail for comment.

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Inspiring Young Sailors Through History

by Michael Carusi | Jun 26, 2013 | Uncategorized

On Saturday, June 22 the lunchtime crowd at Pequot Yacht Club in Southport, CT was treated to a unique sight: two 12 Metres of 1980s vintage – America II and Lionheart. It was no small challenge maneuvering these boats, measuring 67 feet in length and drawing 9 feet, to the gas dock. These boats had come to Pequot through the generosity of the 12 Metre Yacht Development Foundation, based in Greenwich, CT.

The following morning, supported by three adult advisors provided by the Foundation and with a Pequot instructor on each of the boats, fifteen of Pequot’s young sailors, aged 14-17, took control of the boats: steering, calling the tactics and handling the sails. This event was part of Pequot’s junior big boat program, which is a separate segment of the club’s junior sailing program.

Pequot’s race committee, organized by Dan Nash, more than rose to the occasion in running a series of short windward leeward races off Southport harbor to keep the action tight. While it was America II prevailing over Lionhearted in light and variable winds, it proved to be an eye opening experience for both teams as they took on the task of handling these powerful boats.

But the fun didn’t end there. When the racing was done in the early afternoon, the Twelves returned to Southport harbor and were at the docks with full colors on display when the other junior sailors arrived for the commissioning of the Pequot Junior Yacht Club and the kickoff of the 2013 Junior Sailing Program. The sight of sailors and parents alike crawling all over these boats was pretty special.

Our junior sailors left a strong impression on volunteer advisors onboard the Twelves. “It was a pleasure and an honor to sail with you, demonstrating the thrill of these classic ladies, the 12′s,” said Paul Savage, the captain of America II. “It has taken us a great deal of effort to restore and preserve these beautiful boats and we were able to see, first hand, what competitive sailing can be for the young at heart.”

The 12 metre class was used in the america’s cup from 1958 through 1987, and pequot members played important roles in america’s cup competition, both during the 12 metre era and after. the timing of having the twelves in the harbor was special for pequot. it was 55 years ago this summer that the america’s cup was first sailed in 12 metres with columbia, skippered by pequot’s own briggs cunningham, beating great britain’s sceptre in a successful cup defense..

America II was the first of three Twelves by the same name commissioned by the New York Yacht Club for the 1987 America’s Cup, in an unsuccessful effort to be selected as the challenger. It has two wheels and was built as a heavy air boat for the 25+knots of breeze typical of the Indian Ocean off Freemantle, Australia, where the event was held. Lionheart was the British challenger in 1980 and was most notable as the first and only Twelve to sport a “bendy mast” in an effort to gain an advantage in the light winds normally found in Newport, RI.

The 12 Metre Yacht Development Foundation is a 501©3 charitable organization whose mission is to acquire, restore and preserve historic America’s Cup yachts to foster appreciation of the rich maritime history of the 12 Metre class. In addition, the Foundation is keenly aware of the link between America’s Cup 12 Metres and Long Island Sound, where many of these boats were built and where many of the skippers and crews came from. It has been devoting much effort in working the Long Island Sound junior programs to get their sailors into these boats.

For further information on the activities of the Foundation, please access the Foundation’s website (www.12mydf.org). If your Long Island Sound club has an interest in getting your junior sailors into 12 Metres for a different type of match race experience, of if you are an organization looking to provide an alternative sailing experience for your employees and/or customers, please and feel free to reach out to Patrick Sikorski, Executive Director, via e-mail at [email protected] .

Source: Tim Clark, Pequot Junior Sailing Committee

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The Pequot War of 1637, the culmination of a struggle for control of trade and territory between the English colonists and the powerful Pequot federation, was a pivotal moment in the development of Connecticut. It is also considered America’s first “total war” in that it included attacks on whole villages and aimed to eliminate the Pequot from the region. In Fairfield, where the final battle of the Pequot War took place, the conflict has taken a firm place in the town’s identity.

“By the 1630s,” Kevin McBride and Laurie Lamarre note in “ Exploring and Uncovering the Pequot War ” (Fall 2013), the Pequot, whose home territory was southeastern Connecticut, “exerted control across southern New England. … Pequot influence extended along coastal Long Island Sound from Fairfield, Connecticut to Charlestown, Rhode Island,” eastern Long Island and up the Connecticut River Valley to the Massachusetts border, including all of eastern Connecticut. They subjugated dozens of Native tribes and controlled the fur and wampum trade with the Dutch. The arrival of English traders in the Connecticut River Valley challenged this balance of power, leading to tensions that ultimately erupted into war.

The final battle of the Pequot War, known as the Swamp Fight, took place in Fairfield in July 1637, when English forces caught up with Pequot forces led by the sachem Sassacus, who had taken refuge near the village of their Sasqua allies. The Sasqua, along with the Unquowa and Pequonnock, were part of the Paugussett tribe that occupied much of western Connecticut. Like a number of Native groups along the coast, they owed allegiance to the Pequot.

The English and their Native allies, the Narragansett and Mohegans, surrounded the swamp, fighting hand to hand throughout the day and night as Pequot and their Sasqua allies, held them back. The next morning, under cover of fog, approximately 60 to 80 Pequot broke through a section of the English lines and escaped. About 180 Pequot were eventually captured, and a dozen or more were killed.

Sassacus and his warriors fled north from the swamp, hoping to find refuge with allies in eastern New York. But the Mohawks captured them in late July and quickly killed them, sending Sassacus’s head to the English as a gesture of friendship. Eventually the surviving Pequot sachems surrendered.

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The Connecticut Society of Colonial Wars Pequot War monument, Fairfield, 1904. Fairfield Museum & History Center. This monument now sits on a small piece of land between Old Post Road and Post Road in the Southport section of Fairfield

The Treaty of Hartford in 1638 intended to wipe out the once powerful Pequot nation, outlawing the Pequot name and language. Some of the captured Pequot were sent to live among Native allies of the English, while others were enslaved in the West Indies or in New England households. The largest group was placed under the control of the Mohegan, who treated them so harshly that by 1655 the English moved them to their own area, eventually creating the first reservations in Connecticut: Mashantucket in 1666 and Lantern Hill in 1683. It would take another 300 years for the Pequot to regain political and economic power in their traditional homeland.

For the English, victory meant that they could start establishing new settlements along the coast. Colonial leader Roger Ludlow brought a small group of colonists from Windsor in 1639 to establish a town amidst what he is said to have called the “fair fields,” farmed by local Indians close to where he had fought in this last major battle. Other veterans of the war would follow him, settling in Fairfield and neighboring towns along the coast.

Local lore related to the battle survived in Fairfield well into the 19th century. In 1869, author P.D. Ridge wrote in A Story of Pequot Swamp that children were frightened into obedience by mentioning that Indians might “still lurk in the dark recesses of this dreaded forest.” Farmers would regularly unearth arrowheads and other battle artifacts when plowing their fields, according to Ridge.

By the late 19th century, Native people had virtually disappeared from Fairfield, but the war found a lasting place as part of the town’s historic identity. The Pequot name—originally forbidden by the terms of the treaty—now conferred a special mystique to streets, sites, and organizations around Fairfield. The Pequot Library, Pequot School, and the Pequot Inn were the first to use the name, to be followed in the 20th century by the Pequot Yacht Club, the Pequot Motor Inn, the YMCA’s Pequot Indian Guides and the Pequot Running Club. Indeed, the name Pequot is used so frequently in town that many residents assume that the Pequot Indians lived in Fairfield; the names of the actual local Paugussett peoples (such as Unquowa and Sasqua) are not as well known.

At the turn of the 20th century, heritage organizations in Fairfield erected monuments to memorialize the Swamp Fight and “the valor and victory of the colonist forefathers” who fought there. Past celebrations of Fairfield’s history—from the tercentenary celebration in 1939 to school pageants—have highlighted the Pequot War as the beginning of the town’s history. A 1968 re-enactment of the battle took an irreverent approach to this violent history, including a “Surrender Site” and a “Bury the Hatchet” site in the celebration.

The Fairfield Museum is taking the occasion of Fairfield’s 375th anniversary to explore this aspect of our history in greater depth, collaborating with the Mashantucket Pequot Museum’s Battlefields of the Pequot War project to create the exhibition The Pequot War and the Founding of Fairfield . Featuring archaeological finds, 19th-century prints, items reflecting Pequot and early American material culture, and a 3-D model depicting the battle, the exhibition explores the timeline, causes and consequences of the war, for both the English and the Pequots, and looks at the ways in which the memory of the war has informed Fairfield’s identity over time.

The Pequot War and the Founding of Fairfield is on view from October 15, 2014 to January 18, 2015. The Fairfield Museum is open daily from 10 to 4. For more information visit fairfieldhistory.org .

Elizabeth Rose is library director at the Fairfield Museum and History Center and a member of the Connecticut Explored editorial team.

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Pequot Yacht Club

Founded in 1920, Pequot Yacht Club is located in the historic district of Southport CT. Amidst the exquisite setting, Pequot actively promotes sailing in the greater community. Many of the sailors in the Junior Sailing program are non-members. Sailors from all over Fairfield County from the local high schools sailing teams practice and race 420s at Pequot in the Spring and Fall. Sea Scout Ship 84 is moored in Southport Harbor and Pequot provides its facilities for training programs.  Pequot also hosts young adults from FSW (Family Services Woodfield) through the Sailing with Neighbors Program. Pequot Yacht Club was established for the development of interest in sailing. Since that time, members have been active cruisers and racers in the sport at the regional, national and international levels. Today, the Club supports an active junior program, a large cruising fleet, Ideal 18s, a Dyer Dhow frostbite contingent and a growing fleet of pond yachts. Pequot Yacht Club has remained an organization focused on sailing. While sailing is the priority, the Club has a social side as well, with a galley and dining room for daily lunches and evening parties throughout the year. Our website provides details on our various programs. At Pequot we sail year round. There are always sailing activities taking place on the water or in the clubhouse.  If you’re sailing in the area, please come and visit. We have limited guest moorings available on "first-come basis". We provide fuel, water, ice and self service pump-out . We look forward to seeing you.

PEQUOT YACHT CLUB FOUNDED IN 1920

Pequot Yacht Club came to be through the efforts of Fred Bedford, in addition to Harold Lloyd, Johannes Schiott and Lawrence Craufurd. The first meeting of Pequot Yacht Club was held in the Greens Farms home of Fred Bedford on October 25, 1920. These Founding Fathers, in addition to a group of five or six interested sailors, agreed to form a yacht club for the purpose of reviving and promoting competitive sailing. In November 1920, a constitution and by-laws were drafted and ratified. Subsequently, the Club, consisting of 33 members, elected officers and set annual dues at $25.00  Although the initial meeting took place in Greens Farms, Connecticut, the history of the Pequot Yacht Club is unquestionably rooted in the history of nearby Southport Harbor which had been deepened in 1916 during construction of a golf course.

The Club’s first officers were authorized in November 1920 to negotiate the lease for the a building on the water in Southport, which was the PYC’s clubhouse from 1921 to 1926. 

In April 1921, at the Club’s next recorded meeting, the character of the Club’s early years was established.  The racing calendar was the primary issue.  The Club’s first racing fleet consisted of four “R” boats  (35 ft. sloops), five “K” boats, and one Star.   Over the years, the Club has remained as much as its founders envisioned: an organization devoted simply to sailing.

As early as 1923, Club members believed that an active junior program was the key to sailing's future.  In 1923, the Club sponsored the first junior regatta for crews under 18 in the Yacht Racing Association of Long Island Sound. The first formal junior program at the Club was started the following summer.

By 1925 the original clubhouse was becoming overcrowded, and by September 1926, a four-story warehouse building had been converted into the two-story clubhouse used by the Club to this day.

The Atlantic class came to the Club in the fall of 1928 when a demonstration boat handily beat its Star competition.  Twenty Atlantics were ordered immediately.  In 1929 the Club ran the first Atlantic Class championship.

The Great Depression had a negative impact on the Club’s financial health and Senior membership dropped significantly.  However,  prior investment in a strong junior program was vindicated: by 1934 there were 116 junior members.

Although the Second World War made yachting a matter of secondary importance in Southport, the Club's Atlantics continued the tradition of vigorous participation in class racing. By 1949, Atlantic sailors from Pequot had won the national championships for eight of the decade's years.

During the fifties and sixties, the sailing auxiliary slowly became the dominant boat at the Club despite the continued vitality of class racing.  The auxiliaries were raced in various Club events, and also made their mark in events held outside of Southport. Of particular note was Brigg Cunningham’s victory in the 1958 America’s Cup with Columbia.

In the seventies, the Club’s priorities were still to be the junior program and sail boat racing with the seventies witnessing the consolidation of the cruising fleet as the pre-eminent Club fleet. Activities were to be few, but well executed, supported by a small staff and a modest budget.  After 50 years, the Club’s purpose had remained the same as it had been when it began in 1920.

Membership issues, and an accompanying sense of the Club bursting at its seams, occupied the Board of Governors for much of the eighties.  One of the membership issues discussed (and resolved) was that of the creation of joint membership for husband and wife, a controversial issue reflecting a trend in the greater society. The dominant racing scene at the Club during the eighties continued to be  the cruising fleet, but One-Design racing remained alive with a new fleet of Thistles, a class that had been absent from the Club since 1959.

By 1990, participation in cruising fleet racing was declining precipitously, but this was countered by a resurgence of popularity of One-Design sailing in Thistles.  At the same time, recognizing the need to make sailing attractive to a membership pressed by time and family commitments, a search was begun to find a new One-Design class for the adult sailing program at the Club. The search eventually led to the Ideal 18.  The success of PYC’s Ideal 18 program was recognized in 1993 by US Sailing, which noted the program's contribution to One-Design racing on Long Island Sound.

The club continues to produce many entries in many sailing events in the region and around the world.   

Visiting Yachtsmen

Pequot Yacht Club is situated in Southport Harbor at the mouth of the Mill River.  Approaching our harbor and mooring field can be intimidating, and it is important that all vessels navigate within the federally marked channel.  The first vessels moored just past the break wall are part of the town of Fairfield anchorage.  All guests should proceed up the harbor toward the fuel dock and call our launch on VHF channel 69.  All moored vessels in our anchorage are secured both fore and aft.   Other than launch service we have a dinghy dock should visitors wish to use their own tender.  Mooring Reservations: Contact the Marine Department Manager Travis Herman @  [email protected]  or 203.255.5740, ext. 19. Email is preferred.  For mooring reservation requests please provide the following for the Vessel(s): Name, Length, Draft, Arrival & Departure Dates, if you have stayed at PYC before.  For assistance while in the harbor please call the Waterfront Office 203.255.5740, ext. 14 or VHF 69 The charming village of Southport is within walking distance and includes a market, restaurants, pharmacy and shops.  Click on the  Visiting Yachtsman's Guide  for mooring instructions, a list of club facilites, a map of the town and further information. You may learn more about the local area by reading the article that was published in  Coastal Connecticut Magazine . Highlighted destinations are all within a short walk from the Pequot Yacht Club.

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The windy Russian autumn weather might be a little bit tricky for sailing, but it doesn’t stop brave yachtsmen from all over the world from flocking to Russian capital in the beginning of September when the Moscow Yacht Show commences. The main Russian Yacht exhibition gathers professional and amateur yacht lovers together under the wing of The Royal Yacht Club.

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The KLT-40S reactor cores have a number of advantages compared with standard NPPs. For the first time, a cassette core was used, which made it possible to increase the fuel cycle to 3-3.5 years before refuelling, and also reduce by one and a half times the fuel component in the cost of the electricity produced. The operating experience of the FNPP provided the basis for the design of the new series of nuclear icebreaker reactors (series 22220). Currently, three such icebreakers have been launched.

The Akademik Lomonosov was connected to the power grid in December 2019, and put into commercial operation in May 2020.

Electricity generation from the FNPP at the end of 2023 amounted to 194 GWh. The population of Pevek is just over 4,000 people. However, the plant can potentially provide electricity to a city with a population of up to 100,000. The FNPP solved two problems. Firstly, it replaced the retiring capacities of the Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant, which has been operating since 1974, as well as the Chaunskaya Thermal Power Plant, which is more than 70 years old. It also supplies power to the main mining enterprises located in western Chukotka. In September, a 490 km 110 kilovolt power transmission line was put into operation connecting Pevek and Bilibino.

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The best golf clubs in moscow: luxury, exclusivity, and entertainment.

By Walter Raymond

February 24, 2015

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In Russia, the western concept of building architecturally beautiful golf courses filled with modern and luxurious amenities has found fertile ground. What was considered a frivolous pastime during the time of the Soviets has become the latest trend for the stylish set. These days, there are countless options around Moscow to practice golf, polo, ski, yachting, and other sports alongside 5-star hotels, luxurious country houses, and magnificent villas.

The game of golf is a sport that requires passion and expertise. It is also part of a culture that considers this pastime a synonym of social prestige and exclusivity. In recent years, the new Russian elite has turned to golf as a vehicle of integration in the era of globalization. Golf courses are also meeting and socializing spaces where Muscovite tycoons can relax and also seal business deals.

Golf Courses in Russia

The Moscow Country Club, Pestovo Golf & Yacht Club, Tseleevo Golf & Polo Club, and Zavidovo Golf Club, PGA National Russia are some of the most exclusive and elegant golf courses in Russia. Some of them have made it to the list of Top 15 golf clubs in the world, a source of great prestige for the country.

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The first 18-hole golf course built in Russia, Moscow Country Club, hosts the exclusive PGA European Tour. Located just eight miles from the city center, this luxurious facility was created by architect Robert Trent Jones Jr . The design takes advantage of a typical Russian birch and spruce forest to provide a natural environment of extraordinary beauty.

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The Pestovo Golf & Yacht Club is 18 miles from the heart of Moscow, close to historical monuments from the 17th and 18th centuries. Designed by famed architects Paul and Dave Thomas , this 18-hole course is part of a complex that includes a yacht club, an equestrian center, and a health and wellness facility. Pestovo Golf & Yacht Club is Russia’s version of a classic country club with multiple attractions.

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This park is among the best in Eastern Europe and was awarded the 2014 World Golf Award as the best golf course in Russia. Located 25 miles from Moscow, it is part of a vast complex featuring an 18-hole golf course, designed by Jack Nicklaus , a polo club and a mountain ski club with four tracks. The design combines classic Scottish, Alpine, and English features in a dreamy landscape.

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Less than 60 miles from Moscow, this golf course with a definite Scottish design is the only one in Russia recognized as a PGA (Professional Golfers’ Association) from Britain and Ireland. Located in an ecologically pristine area on the banks of the Volga River, the Zavidovo Golf Club embodies the spirit and appearance of the legendary Scottish golf courses. Its many springs and streams, hills, forests, swamps and lakes justify its reputation as a very demanding circuit. Last year, it entered the exclusive club of the 15 best golf courses in the world.   ■

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Rosatom Starts Production of Rare-Earth Magnets for Wind Power Generation

TVEL Fuel Company of Rosatom has started gradual localization of rare-earth magnets manufacturing for wind power plants generators. The first sets of magnets have been manufactured and shipped to the customer.

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In total, the contract between Elemash Magnit LLC (an enterprise of TVEL Fuel Company of Rosatom in Elektrostal, Moscow region) and Red Wind B.V. (a joint venture of NovaWind JSC and the Dutch company Lagerwey) foresees manufacturing and supply over 200 sets of magnets. One set is designed to produce one power generator.

“The project includes gradual localization of magnets manufacturing in Russia, decreasing dependence on imports. We consider production of magnets as a promising sector for TVEL’s metallurgical business development. In this regard, our company does have the relevant research and technological expertise for creation of Russia’s first large-scale full cycle production of permanent rare-earth magnets,” commented Natalia Nikipelova, President of TVEL JSC.

“NovaWind, as the nuclear industry integrator for wind power projects, not only made-up an efficient supply chain, but also contributed to the development of inter-divisional cooperation and new expertise of Rosatom enterprises. TVEL has mastered a unique technology for the production of magnets for wind turbine generators. These technologies will be undoubtedly in demand in other areas as well,” noted Alexander Korchagin, Director General of NovaWind JSC.

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TVEL Fuel Company of Rosatom incorporates enterprises for the fabrication of nuclear fuel, conversion and enrichment of uranium, production of gas centrifuges, as well as research and design organizations. It is the only supplier of nuclear fuel for Russian nuclear power plants. TVEL Fuel Company of Rosatom provides nuclear fuel for 73 power reactors in 13 countries worldwide, research reactors in eight countries, as well as transport reactors of the Russian nuclear fleet. Every sixth power reactor in the world operates on fuel manufactured by TVEL. www.tvel.ru

NovaWind JSC is a division of Rosatom; its primary objective is to consolidate the State Corporation's efforts in advanced segments and technological platforms of the electric power sector. The company was founded in 2017. NovaWind consolidates all of the Rosatom’s wind energy assets – from design and construction to power engineering and operation of wind farms.

Overall, by 2023, enterprises operating under the management of NovaWind JSC, will install 1 GW of wind farms. http://novawind.ru

Elemash Magnit LLC is a subsidiary of Kovrov Mechanical Plant (an enterprise of the TVEL Fuel Company of Rosatom) and its main supplier of magnets for production of gas centrifuges. The company also produces magnets for other industries, in particular, for the automotive

industry. The production facilities of Elemash Magnit LLC are located in the city of Elektrostal, Moscow Region, at the site of Elemash Machine-Building Plant (a nuclear fuel fabrication facility of TVEL Fuel Company).

Rosatom is a global actor on the world’s nuclear technology market. Its leading edge stems from a number of competitive strengths, one of which is assets and competences at hand in all nuclear segments. Rosatom incorporates companies from all stages of the technological chain, such as uranium mining and enrichment, nuclear fuel fabrication, equipment manufacture and engineering, operation of nuclear power plants, and management of spent nuclear fuel and nuclear waste. Nowadays, Rosatom brings together about 350 enterprises and organizations with the workforce above 250 K. https://rosatom.ru/en/

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Founded in 1920, Pequot Yacht Club is an organization grounded in the traditions of the sport of sailing. Located in beautiful Southport, Connecticut our club is home to generations of sailors with a passion for racing, cruising, and developing an interest in the sport within our community. Learn More.

Who funds The Pequot Yacht Club Foundation. Grants from foundations and other nonprofits. Grantmaker Grantmaker tax period Description Amount; Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program: 2021-06: For Recipient's Exempt Purpose: $100,000: Schwab Charitable Fund: 2021-06: Arts, Culture & Humanities: $10,000: Personnel at The Pequot Yacht Club Foundation.

The first meeting of Pequot Yacht Club was held in the Greens Farms home of Fred Bedford on October 25, 1920. These Founding Fathers, in addition to a group of five or six interested sailors, agreed to form a yacht club for the purpose of reviving and promoting competitive sailing. In November 1920, a constitution and by-laws were drafted and ...

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PYC celebrates many years of the "Sailing With Neighbors". Starting in 2006 Pequot members have volunteered to sail with inner-city youth that are involved in the Boat Building Program at FSW's Youth Business Center on the east side of Bridgeport. Sea Scouts PYC supports the training program of Sea Scout Ship 84.

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Pequot Yacht Club, Southport. 873 likes · 3 talking about this · 4,126 were here. Located in Southport CT, PYC actively promotes sailing.

The Boats Pequot Yacht Club has remained an organization devoted simply to boats. The Club supports an active Junior Program, a large cruising fleet, a club-owned fleet of Ideal 18s, a Dyer Dhow frostbite contingent and a growing Independence Fleet of radio-controlled pond yachts.

Welcome. Founded in 1920, Pequot Yacht Club is located in the historic district of Southport CT. Amidst the exquisite setting, Pequot actively promotes sailing in the greater community. Many of the sailors in the Junior Sailing program are non-members. Sailors from all over Fairfield County from the local high schools sailing teams practice and ...

THE PEQUOT YACHT CLUB FOUNDATION, INC. is a Connecticut Domestic Non-Stock filed on November 12, 2019. The company's filing status is listed as Active and its File Number is 1327192. The Registered Agent on file for this company is Pequot Yacht Club Incorporated and is located at 669 Harbor Road, Southport, CT 06890. The company's principal ...

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The Pestovo Golf & Yacht Club is 18 miles from the heart of Moscow, close to historical monuments from the 17th and 18th centuries. Designed by famed architects Paul and Dave Thomas, this 18-hole course is part of a complex that includes a yacht club, an equestrian center, and a health and wellness facility. Pestovo Golf & Yacht Club is Russia ...

The Junior Clubhouse holds our Club Manager and staff offices, as well as the Sailing Center, Crow's Nest conference room and dedicated coaching spaces used by High School, Junior and Adult sailing programs. Pequot Yacht Club is situated in Southport Harbor at the mouth of the Mill River.

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Special Activity Membership (SAM) Pequot Yacht Club offers limited participation to adult non-members in two groups throughout the year; The Summer SAM program runs from April 1 through October 31, and includes the option of membership in the One Design Sailing program. The Winter SAM program runs from November 1 through March 31, and includes ...

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So get out some lights, props and even some costumes. Get a group together. Have a decorating party! It is some much fun to see all the houses from the boat! A fun party follows at the club. Parade participates and their crew. Nonmember boats that participate are welcome to the club after the parade.

Route: The Discovery Bay Lighted Boat Parade travels Harbor Bay & Yacht Club, Starboard Bay, Drakes Bay, Passing Beaver Bay, Indian Slough, Cabrillo Bay, Shell Bay, Sand Bay, Lighthouse Bay, Cypress Bay, Driftwood Bay, Beacon Bay, Seal Way, Dune Point Place and Clipper Bay.

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Participation is open to any member of the community and beyond. Register in advance @ www.dbyc.com then simply bring your fantastic holiday spirit and a light-decorated vessel [of any size] on parade night (12/10).

The parade route map route is on the event flyer provided here.

**NO BOAT OR JUST TOO MUCH EFFORT?? Anyone can watch the event as it approaches the parade finish at (1) the Yacht Club, with access to great viewing at the (2) Discovery Bay Marina, (3) Yacht Harbor levee path to the lighthouse, and (4) along Harbor Drive - Park on Marina Road and walk in with your hot cocoa and a folding chair.

**DO YOU LIVE ON THE WATER ALONG THE ROUTE? Now is the time to put on your party-planning Santa hat and send out your DB Lighted Boat Parade 'save-the-date' party invitations! The lighted homes throughout Discovery Bay along the parade route make the holiday season extra bright. **MORE INFORMATION: For the Route Map , Contact Info, & Participation Details, see the event flyer provided, or visit www.dbyc.com

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First refuelling for Russia’s Akademik Lomonosov floating NPP

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The FNPP includes two KLT-40S reactor units. In such reactors, nuclear fuel is not replaced in the same way as in standard NPPs – partial replacement of fuel once every 12-18 months. Instead, once every few years the entire reactor core is replaced with and a full load of fresh fuel.

The KLT-40S reactor cores have a number of advantages compared with standard NPPs. For the first time, a cassette core was used, which made it possible to increase the fuel cycle to 3-3.5 years before refuelling, and also reduce by one and a half times the fuel component in the cost of the electricity produced. The operating experience of the FNPP provided the basis for the design of the new series of nuclear icebreaker reactors (series 22220). Currently, three such icebreakers have been launched.

The Akademik Lomonosov was connected to the power grid in December 2019, and put into commercial operation in May 2020.

Electricity generation from the FNPP at the end of 2023 amounted to 194 GWh. The population of Pevek is just over 4,000 people. However, the plant can potentially provide electricity to a city with a population of up to 100,000. The FNPP solved two problems. Firstly, it replaced the retiring capacities of the Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant, which has been operating since 1974, as well as the Chaunskaya Thermal Power Plant, which is more than 70 years old. It also supplies power to the main mining enterprises located in western Chukotka. In September, a 490 km 110 kilovolt power transmission line was put into operation connecting Pevek and Bilibino.

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Elektrostal is a vibrant city located in the Moscow Oblast region of Russia. With a rich history, stunning architecture, and a thriving community, Elektrostal is a city that has much to offer. Whether you are a history buff, nature enthusiast, or simply curious about different cultures, Elektrostal is sure to captivate you.

This article will provide you with 40 fascinating facts about Elektrostal, giving you a better understanding of why this city is worth exploring. From its origins as an industrial hub to its modern-day charm, we will delve into the various aspects that make Elektrostal a unique and must-visit destination.

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  • Elektrostal, known as the “Motor City of Russia,” is a vibrant and growing city with a rich industrial history, offering diverse cultural experiences and a strong commitment to environmental sustainability.
  • With its convenient location near Moscow, Elektrostal provides a picturesque landscape, vibrant nightlife, and a range of recreational activities, making it an ideal destination for residents and visitors alike.

Known as the “Motor City of Russia.”

Elektrostal, a city located in the Moscow Oblast region of Russia, earned the nickname “Motor City” due to its significant involvement in the automotive industry.

Home to the Elektrostal Metallurgical Plant.

Elektrostal is renowned for its metallurgical plant, which has been producing high-quality steel and alloys since its establishment in 1916.

Boasts a rich industrial heritage.

Elektrostal has a long history of industrial development, contributing to the growth and progress of the region.

Founded in 1916.

The city of Elektrostal was founded in 1916 as a result of the construction of the Elektrostal Metallurgical Plant.

Located approximately 50 kilometers east of Moscow.

Elektrostal is situated in close proximity to the Russian capital, making it easily accessible for both residents and visitors.

Known for its vibrant cultural scene.

Elektrostal is home to several cultural institutions, including museums, theaters, and art galleries that showcase the city’s rich artistic heritage.

A popular destination for nature lovers.

Surrounded by picturesque landscapes and forests, Elektrostal offers ample opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, and birdwatching.

Hosts the annual Elektrostal City Day celebrations.

Every year, Elektrostal organizes festive events and activities to celebrate its founding, bringing together residents and visitors in a spirit of unity and joy.

Has a population of approximately 160,000 people.

Elektrostal is home to a diverse and vibrant community of around 160,000 residents, contributing to its dynamic atmosphere.

Boasts excellent education facilities.

The city is known for its well-established educational institutions, providing quality education to students of all ages.

A center for scientific research and innovation.

Elektrostal serves as an important hub for scientific research, particularly in the fields of metallurgy, materials science, and engineering.

Surrounded by picturesque lakes.

The city is blessed with numerous beautiful lakes, offering scenic views and recreational opportunities for locals and visitors alike.

Well-connected transportation system.

Elektrostal benefits from an efficient transportation network, including highways, railways, and public transportation options, ensuring convenient travel within and beyond the city.

Famous for its traditional Russian cuisine.

Food enthusiasts can indulge in authentic Russian dishes at numerous restaurants and cafes scattered throughout Elektrostal.

Home to notable architectural landmarks.

Elektrostal boasts impressive architecture, including the Church of the Transfiguration of the Lord and the Elektrostal Palace of Culture.

Offers a wide range of recreational facilities.

Residents and visitors can enjoy various recreational activities, such as sports complexes, swimming pools, and fitness centers, enhancing the overall quality of life.

Provides a high standard of healthcare.

Elektrostal is equipped with modern medical facilities, ensuring residents have access to quality healthcare services.

Home to the Elektrostal History Museum.

The Elektrostal History Museum showcases the city’s fascinating past through exhibitions and displays.

A hub for sports enthusiasts.

Elektrostal is passionate about sports, with numerous stadiums, arenas, and sports clubs offering opportunities for athletes and spectators.

Celebrates diverse cultural festivals.

Throughout the year, Elektrostal hosts a variety of cultural festivals, celebrating different ethnicities, traditions, and art forms.

Electric power played a significant role in its early development.

Elektrostal owes its name and initial growth to the establishment of electric power stations and the utilization of electricity in the industrial sector.

Boasts a thriving economy.

The city’s strong industrial base, coupled with its strategic location near Moscow, has contributed to Elektrostal’s prosperous economic status.

Houses the Elektrostal Drama Theater.

The Elektrostal Drama Theater is a cultural centerpiece, attracting theater enthusiasts from far and wide.

Popular destination for winter sports.

Elektrostal’s proximity to ski resorts and winter sport facilities makes it a favorite destination for skiing, snowboarding, and other winter activities.

Promotes environmental sustainability.

Elektrostal prioritizes environmental protection and sustainability, implementing initiatives to reduce pollution and preserve natural resources.

Home to renowned educational institutions.

Elektrostal is known for its prestigious schools and universities, offering a wide range of academic programs to students.

Committed to cultural preservation.

The city values its cultural heritage and takes active steps to preserve and promote traditional customs, crafts, and arts.

Hosts an annual International Film Festival.

The Elektrostal International Film Festival attracts filmmakers and cinema enthusiasts from around the world, showcasing a diverse range of films.

Encourages entrepreneurship and innovation.

Elektrostal supports aspiring entrepreneurs and fosters a culture of innovation, providing opportunities for startups and business development.

Offers a range of housing options.

Elektrostal provides diverse housing options, including apartments, houses, and residential complexes, catering to different lifestyles and budgets.

Home to notable sports teams.

Elektrostal is proud of its sports legacy, with several successful sports teams competing at regional and national levels.

Boasts a vibrant nightlife scene.

Residents and visitors can enjoy a lively nightlife in Elektrostal, with numerous bars, clubs, and entertainment venues.

Promotes cultural exchange and international relations.

Elektrostal actively engages in international partnerships, cultural exchanges, and diplomatic collaborations to foster global connections.

Surrounded by beautiful nature reserves.

Nearby nature reserves, such as the Barybino Forest and Luchinskoye Lake, offer opportunities for nature enthusiasts to explore and appreciate the region’s biodiversity.

Commemorates historical events.

The city pays tribute to significant historical events through memorials, monuments, and exhibitions, ensuring the preservation of collective memory.

Promotes sports and youth development.

Elektrostal invests in sports infrastructure and programs to encourage youth participation, health, and physical fitness.

Hosts annual cultural and artistic festivals.

Throughout the year, Elektrostal celebrates its cultural diversity through festivals dedicated to music, dance, art, and theater.

Provides a picturesque landscape for photography enthusiasts.

The city’s scenic beauty, architectural landmarks, and natural surroundings make it a paradise for photographers.

Connects to Moscow via a direct train line.

The convenient train connection between Elektrostal and Moscow makes commuting between the two cities effortless.

A city with a bright future.

Elektrostal continues to grow and develop, aiming to become a model city in terms of infrastructure, sustainability, and quality of life for its residents.

In conclusion, Elektrostal is a fascinating city with a rich history and a vibrant present. From its origins as a center of steel production to its modern-day status as a hub for education and industry, Elektrostal has plenty to offer both residents and visitors. With its beautiful parks, cultural attractions, and proximity to Moscow, there is no shortage of things to see and do in this dynamic city. Whether you’re interested in exploring its historical landmarks, enjoying outdoor activities, or immersing yourself in the local culture, Elektrostal has something for everyone. So, next time you find yourself in the Moscow region, don’t miss the opportunity to discover the hidden gems of Elektrostal.

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A: As of the latest data, the population of Elektrostal is approximately XXXX.

Q: How far is Elektrostal from Moscow?

A: Elektrostal is located approximately XX kilometers away from Moscow.

Q: Are there any famous landmarks in Elektrostal?

A: Yes, Elektrostal is home to several notable landmarks, including XXXX and XXXX.

Q: What industries are prominent in Elektrostal?

A: Elektrostal is known for its steel production industry and is also a center for engineering and manufacturing.

Q: Are there any universities or educational institutions in Elektrostal?

A: Yes, Elektrostal is home to XXXX University and several other educational institutions.

Q: What are some popular outdoor activities in Elektrostal?

A: Elektrostal offers several outdoor activities, such as hiking, cycling, and picnicking in its beautiful parks.

Q: Is Elektrostal well-connected in terms of transportation?

A: Yes, Elektrostal has good transportation links, including trains and buses, making it easily accessible from nearby cities.

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DBYC Community Lighted Boat Parade

  • When 12 Dec 2020
  •   5:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Location The Bays of DB and DBYC
  • Spaces left 66
  • Registered 34 registrants

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The Discovery Bay Yacht Club Community Lighted Boat Parade will be held on Saturday, December 12. The parade is open to one and all. Just bring your dinghy, ski boat or Yacht decorated with lights.  If you are not going to be on a boat put on your party planning hat and send out your save the date! Lets get the houses on the route lit up as well.

The parade will start at its usual place, just off of Newport Lane on Kellogg Creek around 5:00PM.  We will monitor Channel 72 as always.  Due to Covid there are a few changes. There will not be a party as the Yacht Club afterwards and no awards handed out.

If you would like to enter your boat, dinghy, etc.  Please email me at the address below your name, boat name , make and size and cell phone number.

For any further information or questions contact Carolyn Graham at 925-389-7072 or email at [email protected] .

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Sights of Elektrostal, Moscow region

Table of contents:, history of the city, park of culture and leisure, historical and art museum, october cultural center, kristall ice palace, memorial complex, museum and exhibition complex.

Sights of Elektrostal, Moscow region

2024 Author : Harold Hamphrey | [email protected] . Last modified: 2023-12-17 10:06

In the Moscow region there is a small cozy town Elektrostal. Its sights for the most part have no historical value due to the fact that the city has a relatively small history. But for a visiting tourist or city dweller, they will be of interest. There is something to see, where to go to have an exciting leisure time.

Today the population of the city is 158 thousand people. Until the beginning of the 20th century there were several small workers' settlements here. After the opening of the electrometallurgical and equipment factories, the place began to be called the natural boundary of Calm. The construction of the railway made this settlement accessible, and workers and families flocked here to earn money. In 1925, the station was named Elektrostal, and the rapid increase in population allowed the village to receive the status of a city.

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The founder of the city is a prominent Russian industrialist Nikolai Vtorov. It was he who opened the plant here, creating, in fact, a city-forming enterprise that is still operating. In Soviet times, it was a closed facility, and it was not easy to get to work here.

Today Elektrostal is a promising industrial city with a great future and a heroic past. It bears the proud name "City of Military and Labor Glory".

You can learn about the sights of Elektrostal with descriptions and photos here. There are places for walking, outdoor activities and cultural development.

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Those who come to the city by train are met by a monument to the metallurgist. It was installed in November 2017 for the 100th anniversary of the Elektrostal plant. The attraction is made in the style of constructivism. The monument quickly won the love of the townspeople, because this city is supported by ordinary workers.

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Elektrost altsy and the founding father of the plant, Nikolai Vtorov, are honored. In 2002, a monument was opened in honor of him, which became a landmark of the city of Elektrostal. The bronze sculpture is installed on the site where once stood a monument to the leader of the world proletariat, V. I. Lenin. Times change, characters change. Today, the plant, founded a century ago, is the largest in Russia. Vtorov himself, whose fortune was estimated at 60 million rubles in gold, according to Forbes magazine, was the owner of the largest capital at the beginning of the century. He was a banker, an industrialist, an entrepreneur, a man of action.

The monument was erected byinitiative of the townspeople who wished to perpetuate the monument to the great man.

One of the popular places for spending weekends and evenings among citizens and guests of the city is the Park of Culture and Leisure. Here you can ride attractions for children and adults, play slot machines, rollerblade or bike. The park is divided into two zones. Fans of unhurried walks in the fresh air make a promenade on the Quiet Alley, and those who prefer outdoor activities flock to the Entertainment Alley. The park has a summer stage, where concerts and cafes are regularly held.

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Until 1999, there was no central museum among the attractions of Elektrostal in the Moscow Region. The expositions were exhibited in schools, the house of culture, in factory museums. The city was closed, so there was no large influx of tourists and visitors. The appearance of the historical and art museum made it possible for residents and guests of the city to learn a lot of useful information about their native land, the formation of the production process, and the difficult years of the war. The exposition consists of paintings by local artists, historical artifacts, household items, documents, books and much more. The collection is updated regularly. It also hosts outdoor exhibitions, which are always popular with the townspeople.

One of the main attractions of Elektrostal, the photo of which is available to almost every resident or visitor, is the Main Alley. On herpassers-by like to stroll along shady paths, townspeople rest by the fountain after a hard shift at the plant. Flower beds are the decoration of the alley. In 2006, a flower festival was held here for the first time, which has become traditional. Each enterprise of the city and private individuals give residents a real composition of fresh flowers, which pleases with bright colors all summer long. A riot of colors, aromas and a flight of fantasy reigns here. Walking through the park, you can see Snow White with a basket, a bright well, a multi-tiered cake made from fresh flowers, hearts of lovers or a fabulous house. It is almost impossible not to take a photo against the background of these compositions.

There is a cultural center in the city. It hosts performances by local creative teams and visiting stars, performances and circus performances.

In 1971, the ice palace "Crystal" was opened in the city. Almost immediately, a children's and youth hockey team was organized, which gained sports fame. This is the home sports arena for the Elektrostal hockey team. Matches of different levels are held on the ice.

There are sections for children who go in for hockey or figure skating. Citizens come here with their families to cheer for their favorite team or go ice skating.

Elektrostal is a city with a heroic past. During the war years, more than 12 thousand citizens came to the recruiting station and went to the front to defend their homeland. Almost 4 thousand of them did not return from the battle. To these heroesdedicated to the memorial complex with the inextinguishable Eternal Flame, opened in 1968

But the electricians took part in the war in Afghanistan and Chechnya. By decision of the city authorities, their memory is also immortalized in the memorial complex.

It has become a good tradition for newlyweds to lay flowers at this monument.

attractions of the city of Elektrostal

In 1999, a museum and exhibition complex was opened in the city, where, in addition to the exhibition hall, there are numerous circles for children, classes for young people, and a creative workshop. Various festivals, exhibitions, city holidays and other events are held within the walls and on the territory of the complex, which attract many spectators.

Elektrostal attractions

Listing the sights of Elektrostal, it is impossible not to mention the temples. There are several of them in the city: the church of St. John of Kronstadt, St. Andrew's Church, the hospital church of St. Panteleimon. Another new church is being built. In appearance, the temples look ancient, monumental, in the Novgorod style. But they were all built at the end of the 20th century.

Let there be no ancient artifacts among the sights of Elektrostal. But on the other hand, all of them are connected with the history of the city, with everyday work and military exploits of ordinary residents.

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discovery bay yacht club boat parade 2023

2023 Lighted Boat Parade When. 09 Dec 2023 . 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM. Location. Bays of Discovery Bay. Spaces left. 42. Registered. 8 registrants. Registration. ... Discovery Bay Yacht Club. CLUB HOURS. Monday & Tuesday 5-10pm Wednesday & Thursday 5-9pm Friday 4:30pm - 12am Saturday 5-9pm Sunday 9am - 9pm.

2023 Lighted Boat Parade 09 Dec 2023 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Location: Bays of Discovery Bay Event registration disabled ... 5871 Marina Blvd. Discovery Bay, CA 94505. Call: 925-634-1210. Contact Us. Discovery Bay Yacht Club. CLUB HOURS. Mon - Thurs 5pm - 10pm: Friday 4pm - 12am: Saturday 5 pm - 10pm: Sunday 9am - 9pm: Powered by Wild Apricot ...

The parade is open to BOTH Discovery Bay Yacht Club members and non-members Register online at www.dbyc.com DBYC OPENING DAY BOAT PARADE SATURDAY April 1st at 12:00 pm 2023 Theme "Fool'n Fun on the Delta" Come one - Come all! Join us for April Fools Fun! You don't need to be a member of the Discovery Bay Yacht Club to join in the parade.

Discovery Bay Lighted Boat Parade . December 2, 2023. Discovery Bay Yacht Club 5871 Marina Blvd. Discovery Bay, CA 94505-9134 dbyc.com‎ So get out some lights, props and even some costumes. Get a group together. Have a decorating party! It is some much fun to see all the houses from the boat! A fun party follows at the club.

For information, advertising or website development. Please contact: Frank MacCallister, Publisher. Phone: (925) 325-0934. Email: [email protected] . Discovery Bay Lighted Boat Parade! The long-running DBYC (Discovery Bay Yacht Club) is one of this community's signature events and each year draws thousands of attendees and.

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December 11, 2021 @ 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm. Free. The Discovery Bay Yacht Club will be hosting the "Christmas in Paradise" boat parade in Discovery Bay. Registration is required to enter the boat parade. Viewing is free and all are welcome to enjoy the festivities.

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Participants and their guests are invited to come to the Yacht Club following the parade for awards, drink and food. Anyone wishing to dock their boat following the parade at the Yacht Club will need to contact our Port Captain Mike McNamee (925) 382-8598 for their slip assignments. Cruise leader: TBD.

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The grand prize winner will receive the Commodore's Cup. The Discovery Bay Yacht Club's Lighted Boat Parade will take place Saturday, Dec. 8, starting at 5 p.m. from Lighthouse Bay. For more information, contact event leader Nancy Watrous at 925-516-1119 or [email protected] .

December 12, 2020@5:00 pm - 8:30 pm. Free. « Docent Tours of the Antioch Dunes. Delta Stewardship Council Meeting ». The Discovery Bay Yacht Club Community Lighted Boat Parade will be held on Saturday, December 12. The parade is open to one and all. Just bring your dinghy, ski boat or Yacht decorated with lights. Register your boat online.

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Dinamo Elektrostal Moscow - Titles, trophies and places of honor. Men's Euro Hockey League since 2007/2008 (7 participations) . Best result : First Round in 2021/2022; EuroHockey Men's Club Trophy since 2008 . Best result : 1st

Known as the "Motor City of Russia." Elektrostal, a city located in the Moscow Oblast region of Russia, earned the nickname "Motor City" due to its significant involvement in the automotive industry.. Home to the Elektrostal Metallurgical Plant. Elektrostal is renowned for its metallurgical plant, which has been producing high-quality steel and alloys since its establishment in 1916.

The Discovery Bay Yacht Club Community Lighted Boat Parade will be held on Saturday, December 12. The parade is open to one and all. Just bring your dinghy, ski boat or Yacht decorated with lights. ... Discovery Bay Yacht Club. CLUB HOURS. Monday & Tuesday 5-10pm Wednesday & Thursday 5-9pm Friday 4:30pm - 12am Saturday 5-9pm Sunday 9am - 9pm.

Last modified: 2023-08-04 02:36. In the Moscow region there is a small cozy town Elektrostal. Its sights for the most part have no historical value due to the fact that the city has a relatively small history. But for a visiting tourist or city dweller, they will be of interest. There is something to see, where to go to have an exciting leisure ...

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I was fortunate to be invited as a guest to the New York Yacht Club for cocktails and I was just plan awe struck. As I approached the building I just couldn't believe my eyes. The architecture, as I later learned, was of a Beaux-Arts style, totally stunning with the windows vividly depicting the sterns of early day sailing ships overhanging a wavy sea. Then the interior, the most classic I've ever seen, can only be described as drop dead lavishly gorgeous. The fireplace has a mantel like piece bigger than life exuding the warmth of being in a classic club of the finest in tradition. The club is of course most famous for defending the America's Cup which it did successfully from 1870 to 1983; described as "being the longest winning streak in history." As I didn't eat here I can't comment upon the food but I can comment upon the Manhattan I had. It was done with a very good rye and garnished with real Maraschino wine soaked cherries; not those cheapo bright red faux done with a brine cherries you'll find in the typical grocery store. A darn good cocktail done in classic style and tradition. I can only say that if you are fortunate enough to have the chance of being invited, it's an invitation not to be overlooked.

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I too am not a member but was a guest of a member who entertained us at lunch, which was absolutely delicious, served by an expert, Keith, who makes all other servers I have look like amateurs. The forraged mushroom soup was excellent. I had little room for anything else. The exhibits in the Model Room must be seen to be believed, as well as the carpet which is, i think, the largest from a single weave anywhere in the world. You can just think of a 'magic' persian carpet. You have to be a member to dine here and you may run the risk of disquieting stares from 'real' members who do not 'cotton to women who don't meet their notion of'appropriate age dressing.' But this happens even at bus stops, so........ BTW the people at the entrance, not the checkroom but the front desk bent over backwards to helpfully provide subway information, which is really unique, as they are probably the only people in the place who use the subway! But thanks to them, a young man was especially helpful.

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This place is first class. I just attended the National Historic Maritime Society dinner. The dining room is gorgeous and historical with thousands of model ships. The food was above and beyond what I expected. The 3 course dinner included a fancy salad with a cheese bread that was mouth watering, a perfectly cooked and seasoned steak with mushrooms, onions and broccoli rabe and a rum raisin dessert. I enjoyed every minute of being there and every bite!

Views of the model ships in the main dining room

Views of the model ships in the main dining room

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Very private club and we were happy to have been allowed to stay there as a guest of someone else. August is offseason because they are all out at Newport at their other location sailing and enjoying being out of the hot city. The restaurant and bar was closed But we did not mind. We took full advantage and were able to check out all the rooms in the place including the wonderful model room. No pics allowed but trust me the place is incredible. The architecture is so special and hard to describe but we just loved it. Our room was small but was really very nice and the bed was super comfortable. Just an elegant place and in a very well suited area of Manhatten near Times Square. The desk clerk was about the only one working and he was wonderful and answered any question we had and provided anything we needed in a very timely manner. We hope to come back again someday.

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We had a private dinner here for an organization I'm in. What a great choice of venue! The service was flawless, the food was amazing, the drinks were stiff but not overly so, and the decor/atmosphere was incredible. I had never been to a place like this before. It was pretty cool to be in a "high society" setting.

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Came here for an FCS Luncheon and while the food wasn't very impressive, the room was absolutely gorgeous! We dined in the Model Room, which contains a magnificent collection of "full and half hull models including a scale model history of all New York Yacht Club America's Cup challenges. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1987." The food and service was a solid four but I took off one star for the stuffy atmosphere. What can you expect from an invitation only Yacht Club?

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I attended a formal catered event in the Model Room and had a great experience. They served quality food that had nice presentation. It is elegantly decorated throughout and has interesting artifacts that would please any Marine lover.

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Because I am not a member of the NYYC I feel a little naughty writing a review, but hey I have been there, twice now - so here goes. And out of interest, both visits were during weekday lunch in the Grill Room. It is very cool down there, probably one of the coolest restaurants I have been to in NY. It's beautiful and couldn't be any more properly nautical without actually being on a yacht! My favorite part of the room was for sure the chiming clock on the half hours. The service was impeccable and the food (in this case a med-well cheeseburger) was perfect. Upstairs the Model Room steals the show of course, but that is not where we ate. Four stars only, because well it is *slightly* stuffy, just a bit buttoned up for my comfort, I wouldn't want to have a few too many cocktails and let my hair down if you know what I mean - but perhaps that is not what it is meant to be about anyway. If you're ever lucky enough to be invited, definitely go!

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Love this place. What a gorgeous venue! Will upload photos of the Model Room soon! We had dinner upstairs and the waiters/servers were quite nice except the head waiter. The food was not very good for dinner but the hors d'oeuvres were great (mushroom pastries, tuna tartare w/ cucumber, pistacchio-encrusted lamb chops--delicious! but hard to eat standing up, crab cakes). The chocolate cake was too thick, the salad had too much dressing on it, and the fish was tasteless and tough. But still a lovely place to wine and dine!

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Thursday June 4th 2015 around 8pm. I didn't make it past the front lobby. My friend who was spending the night there forgot to tell me that I couldn't wear jeans. I should have known better. However, while informing the staff at the front desk that I was meeting a friend who is spending the night at NYYC, he proceeded to reply with "you actually have a friend who can afford to stay here?". After I gave him my friend's name, he found my friend's reservation and then told me about the "no jeans policy". I was wearing a dressy top with a cardigan and navy blue jeans topped with heels. Meanwhile he was letting in those who wore leggings and combat boots. I didn't realize that leggings are considered more dressy nowadays. Needless to say I'll never go back. I'd rather spend more money at Cornell Club who will accept me regardless of what I wear and won't be a jerk about it.

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Having spent much of my younger days on a sailboat, and experiencing motion sickness every time, it was with some trepidation that I approached the New York Yacht Club. Fortunately, this magnificent beaux-arts structure has been firmly anchored on 44th Street since its dedication in 1901. Although it no longer houses the coveted America's Cup trophy, the stern-like windows decorated with seashells and dripping seaweed on the facade, and the well-known Model Room on the inside, still provide enough attraction for mariners and landlubbers alike.

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While the lineups at Radio City Music Hall have changed dramatically over the years, the "Showplace of the Nation" has long been at the center of the city's entertainment scene. Opened to the public in 1932, the Art Deco building, with almost six thousand seats, was initially intended to "house high-class variety entertainment. " However, the space was later converted to a movie hall, with films accompanied by stage shows. This lasted until 1979 when, for a variety of reasons, Radio City began transitioning into a concert hall. Besides consistently booking some of music's hottest stars, Radio City has also hosted numerous award shows, including The Grammys and The Tony Awards and is the home to the Radio City Christmas Spectacular featuring the Rockettes, a tradition that commenced in 1933.

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The Chatwal New York

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Bryant Park Engineers Club

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Top of the Rock

This three-tiered observation deck at the top of Rockefeller Center offers an unobstructed 360-degree panoramic view of New York and beyond. Its view is somewhat different from that of the Empire State Building as one is at eye-level with surrounding skyscrapers, rather than gazing down upon them. Opened in 1933, it was designed to resemble the upper decks of a 1930s ocean liner. When Top of the Rock reopened in 2005 – after having been closed since 1986 – my family was one of the first to ascend to the 70th floor, as it held special memories for my parents when they were dating back in the 1940s. It has since become a favorite tourist stop for me when out-of-town guests are visiting. With its mezzanine photo exhibit and other items of interest on the way to the top, what a phenomenal place to wow people of any age and to begin their journey through the side streets of Manhattan.

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NBC Studios

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Carmine's

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The Brazen Tavern

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Don Giovanni Ristorante

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E.B. Meyrowitz & Dell

Teddy Roosevelt, Amelia Earhart, and Charles Lindberg are among the noteworthy clients that E. B. Meyorwitz & Dell has been crafting “made-to-measure” frames for since 1875. Today, be it in their New York, London or Paris shops, one can still be fitted for a pair of the same classy, high quality spectacles.

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Helen Hayes Theatre

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Princeton Club of New York

Alumni of not only Princeton, but also Columbia (212 719 0380) and recently, Williams College graduates (212 697 5300), are invited to be members of this private club. There is a vast library collection, squash courts, a gym, over night guest rooms, and of course, a restaurant.

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Originally the Yale Club, until they moved around the corner in 1901, the concept is similar to the other ivy league clubs on 44th Street. Penn houses dining and guest rooms, meeting spaces, a fitness center, and this building is also a New York City landmark.

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Cornell Club - New York

Founded in 1889 by Cornell grads as a bastion for their kindred, the club began renting out space for their gathering activities in 1900. After bouncing around midtown, they moved into its current home in the late 1980s. Today, the space serves as a comfortable spot to congregate with fellow alums. In addition to their restaurant, there is a gym, library, and overnight guest rooms for members.

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The Century Association

Not until 1989 were female authors and artists invited to become members of this exclusive club where their "main activity is conversation. "

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New York Yacht Club 37 West 44th Street New York, NY 10036-6643 (212) 382-1007

Website: http://www.nyyc.org/

The Isle of Wight in the Solent has long been the epicenter of yachting in England. In 1851, a schooner painted black arrived there looking to win races. This was the yacht America, owned by John Cox Stevens, the first commodore and other members of the New York Yacht Club.

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These nine individuals agreed to form the New York Yacht Club, with Stevens to serve as commodore.  With much enthusiasm for their accomplishment, the group further agreed to assemble their yachts three days later and cruise to Newport, Rhode Island.

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A summer cruise among New York Yacht Club members has been an annual event ever since, with the exceptions of 1861, 1898, and the war years of 1917-1920 and 1941-1945. In 1998, the club celebrated the 100th anniversary of its first cruise to Maine.

A rich and storied history of the New York Yacht Club is available on their website:

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The New York Yacht Club, said to be the best club in the world by sailors, is located in New York City and New Port, Rhode Island.  It was founded in 1844 by a group of yachtsmen at the time.

The club was established in 1844, making it one of the oldest clubs in New York.

To date, the club has more than 3,000 members, and membership to the club is by invitation only.

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How much does a New York Yacht Club membership cost?

Being a private club, the fees are not publically known, but from our research from third-party sources, we found the membership fees are said to be said to be low $xx,xxx annually and the initiation dues are said to be less than $25,000.  These are estimates given by a third-party source and cannot be deemed accurate.  Refer to the club for more information on the exact pricing.

To join the club, a potential member has to be nominated by a current club member, and as a requirement, the applicant needs to have applicable boating experience and three letters of recommendations.  If approved for membership, the new member is allowed to attend a reception ceremony at the Harbor Court, weather permitting in spring or at the clubhouse at 44th street in the fall.  To read more about the club’s application procedure and by-laws, you can refer to this official PDF.

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The headquarters offers high-end dining options, patios and libraries filled with books from floor to ceiling, according to Investopedia .  As per BusinessInsider.com , the primary clubhouse also features the  Model Room , which is a room featuring a massive display of model ships.

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The club’s headquarters, a six-story stone-front building, is located on 44th street in Manhattan.  Aside from this location, as mentioned, the club offers a located on the water in Newport, Rhode Island.

The club is known for starting the  Americas Cup  yacht race.

54 percent of the members are yacht owners as per the official brochure.  Of these, 1,116 are sailboards and 614 are powerboats.  The rest are yachts ranging from 22 to 289 feet long.

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Stepping inside the super-exclusive New York Yacht Club where the America's Cup race started - complete with a 25ft tall fireplace, an original Tiffany glass ceiling and $150,000 joining fee

  • The New York Yacht Club at 37 W 44th St formally opened its doors on January 19, 1901
  • It was designed Whitney Warren of Warren and Wetmore, who later masterminded Grand Central Terminal
  • Standout features include a dining room designed to look like a ship's hold and a library with 13,000 books 

By Sadie Whitelocks For Dailymail.com

Published: 12:33 EST, 24 November 2023 | Updated: 13:02 EST, 24 November 2023

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Standing 25ft high and 15ft wide, the 25-ton stone fireplace at the super-exclusive New York Yacht Club is certainly a sight to behold and I felt dwarfed by the structure as I stood close to the flame-licked hearth.

This design marvel was just one of the many jaw-dropping features I spied during a private tour of the Midtown members-only club, which formally opened its doors on January 19, 1901.   

Tucked away from the throng of Times Square on 37 W 44th St, the six-story Beaux-Arts clubhouse was purpose built by yachtsman and banker John Pierpont Morgan to accommodate the organization's burgeoning fleet of members. 

Thanks to regular maintenance, the building looks shipshape, with some of the standout features - along with the 'Model Room' fireplace - being a stunning Tiffany stained-glass ceiling, a 64ft by 19-ft Oriental rug, a grill room designed to look like the hold of an old sailing ship, and a library containing more than 13,000 books and antique manuscripts.

Standing 25ft high and 15ft wide, the 25-ton stone fireplace at the super exclusive New York Yacht Club is certainly a sight to behold. Above it, there is a magnificent stained-glass Tiffany ceiling

Standing 25ft high and 15ft wide, the 25-ton stone fireplace at the super exclusive New York Yacht Club is certainly a sight to behold. Above it, there is a magnificent stained-glass Tiffany ceiling

Tucked away from the throng of Times Square on 37 W 44th St, the six-story Beaux-Arts clubhouse was purpose built by yachtsman and banker John Pierpont Morgan to accommodate the organization's fleet of members

Tucked away from the throng of Times Square on 37 W 44th St, the six-story Beaux-Arts clubhouse was purpose built by yachtsman and banker John Pierpont Morgan to accommodate the organization's fleet of members

Before the 44th St clubhouse was built, the New York Yacht Club had a number of outposts in the wider area. The first clubhouse opened one year after the club was founded on July 15, 1845

Before the 44th St clubhouse was built, the New York Yacht Club had a number of outposts in the wider area. The first clubhouse opened one year after the club was founded on July 15, 1845

Thanks to its eye-catching and unique ship-like design, the exterior of the 44th St building was designated as a landmark by the City of New York Landmarks Preservation Commission on September 11, 1979

Thanks to its eye-catching and unique ship-like design, the exterior of the 44th St building was designated as a landmark by the City of New York Landmarks Preservation Commission on September 11, 1979

It was a Wednesday night and the downstairs bar area was buzzing with members - mostly men in smart suits - with an oyster shucker dishing out rounds of fresh mollusks and a suited waiter taking drink orders. 

In keeping with the maritime theme, every way I turned, I caught sight of something sailing related, with model boats lining the walls and paintings depicting wave swept scenes.

As I put my glass down on the table, I noticed that even the paper napkins featured a design with boats and an anchor on, along with the club's motto Latin motto 'nos agimur tumidis velis' - 'we go with swelling sails.'

Other sailing motifs, I noticed, are part of the building's brick and mortar design.

For example, three bulbous bay windows at the front of the building were modeled after the sterns of 16th century Dutch ships and there are various carvings on the premises running from the cornicing to the fireplace surround depicting seaweed, shells, dolphins, lightning bolts, stars and more.

The characterful property was designed Whitney Warren of Warren and Wetmore, who later masterminded Grand Central Terminal. 

In a video tour of the clubhouse uploaded to YouTube , narrator and pro sailor Gary Jobson explains that while there were several architects in the running for the project, John Pierpont Morgan preferred Warren's 'much more whimsical design.'

To help finance the construction of the city clubhouse, members dues were raised from $25 per year to $50. 

Today, according to  ncesc.com , regular membership is a little pricier, with an initiation fee of $150,000 and annual dues of $12,000.

Along with having a buoyant bank balance, perspective members must be nominated by an existing member, with this nomination supported by at least four other members.

The membership committee will then invite the nominee to submit an application along with letters of recommendation outlining their qualifications. 

In terms of the benefits of becoming a member, ncesc.com explains that the perks include 'access to the club's facilities, which include dining rooms, bars, meeting rooms, and sailing centers.'

'Members also have access to the club's extensive library, archives, and art collection. In addition, the club organizes numerous social events throughout the year, including regattas, dinners, and receptions.'

In Jobson's video tour, he also reveals that there are 19 'comfortable bedrooms for members and their guests,' which can be booked out at a discounted rate. 

Before visiting the club, we were warned that business attire must be worn, with a tie, jacket and collared shirt for men, and a suit or a smart dress for women. 

The paper napkins in the dining room feature a design with boats and an anchor on, along with the club's motto Latin motto 'nos agimur tumidis velis' - 'we go with swelling sails'

The paper napkins in the dining room feature a design with boats and an anchor on, along with the club's motto Latin motto 'nos agimur tumidis velis' - 'we go with swelling sails'

An exterior shot of the characterful clubhouse taken in 1934. It looks much the same today

An exterior shot of the characterful clubhouse taken in 1934. It looks much the same today

The library within the Manhattan clubhouse contains more than 13,000 books and antique manuscripts

The library within the Manhattan clubhouse contains more than 13,000 books and antique manuscripts

One of the club's unique features is a grill room, designed to look like the hold of an old sailing ship

One of the club's unique features is a grill room, designed to look like the hold of an old sailing ship

Certainly one of the club's standout spaces is the cavernous Model Room, which can comfortably accommodate more than 300 people with 3,800 square feet to play with

Certainly one of the club's standout spaces is the cavernous Model Room, which can comfortably accommodate more than 300 people with 3,800 square feet to play with

The space is home to 1,340 scaled replicas of sail boats, with the earliest model dating to 1819

The space is home to 1,340 scaled replicas of sail boats, with the earliest model dating to 1819

If you can't stretch to club membership or don't have the right qualifications to join, the New York Yacht Club runs public tours on the last Tuesday of each month

If you can't stretch to club membership or don't have the right qualifications to join, the New York Yacht Club runs public tours on the last Tuesday of each month

Certainly one of the club's standout spaces is the cavernous Model Room, which can comfortably accommodate more than 300 people with 3,800 square feet to play with. 

Along with the fireplace, the space is home to 1,340 scaled replicas of sail boats displayed in large glass cases, with the earliest model dating to 1819.

One of the star vessels is a mini version of the 'America,' which was responsible for the start of the America's Cup. 

On August 22, 1851, the full-size 101-foot schooner, built by New York Yacht Club commodore and founder John Cox Stevens, raced against 15 English yachts from the UK's Royal Yacht Squadron in an annual race known as the '100 Guinea Cup,' which involved a lap of the Isle of Wight. 

The visiting America won, finishing eight minutes ahead of its closest rival, and the trophy was renamed in its honor and donated to the New York Yacht Club.

An accompanying 'Deed of Gift' stipulated that the cup should be held in trust as a perpetual challenge trophy and so the America's Cup race was born. 

Today it takes place every four years as a two-yacht race, fought between the previous year's winner - known as the 'defender' - and a challenger, which is usually the best boat from a series of run-off rounds. 

Before the 44th St clubhouse was built, the New York Yacht Club had a number of outposts in the wider area.

The first clubhouse opened one year after the club was founded on July 15, 1845.

The club's website notes that this location was was a one-room Gothic Revival building designed by 'noted' architect A. J. Davis, on land owned by Commodore John Cox Stevens in Hoboken, New Jersey.

Over the next half century, the club went on to occupy four additional clubhouses: two in Manhattan and two on Staten Island and it also maintained 11 'stations' at one point.

These 'stations' came in the form of smaller buildings and landings where 'members and friends could rendezvous, send a letter or make a telephone call.'

Now, along with the 44 St property, the club only has one other outpost, with this located next the water in Newport, Rhode Island. 

Thanks to its eye-catching and unique ship-like design, the exterior of the 44th St building was designated as a landmark by the City of New York Landmarks Preservation Commission on September 11, 1979.

If you can't stretch to club membership or don't have the right qualifications to join, the New York Yacht Club runs public tours on the last Tuesday of each month. And after paying a visit myself, it's a voyage well worth making. 

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These buildings represent so much to American history, and to adventurers everywhere who have sailed the open seas.

William Mathews Brooks (Chair Emeritus, New York Yacht Club Foundation)

NYYC Foundation

Founded in 2007, the mission of the New York Yacht Club Foundation is maintaining and restoring the New York Yacht Club’s magnificent Clubhouses on 44th Street in Manhattan and at Harbour Court in Newport, Rhode Island. Through tax-deductible contributions and donations, the Foundation grants funds for the Club’s important, ongoing capital projects in New York and Newport. “Preserving our past, safeguarding our future” is the goal of the NYYC Foundation.

Our Clubhouses

The “stations” of the New York Yacht Club are located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, and at Harbour Court in Newport, Rhode Island, overlooking the historic waters of Brenton Cove and Narragansett Bay.

40° 43′ 50.1960” N and 73° 56′ 6.8712” W

44th Street, New York, NY

37 West 44th Street New York, NY 10036

41° 29′ 26.0808” N and 71° 18′ 36.7056” W

Harbour Court, Newport, RI

5 Halidon Ave, Newport, RI 02840

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Restoring and Reforming the Formal Garden

Almost a century after Natalie Bayard Brown first wandered along the bluestone pathways of her beloved Formal Garden at Harbour Court, by the spring of 2018 the harsh New England weather had taken its toll: the paths, steps and fieldstone walls were crumbling and restoration work was needed.

Shedding New Light on the Palm Café

Architect Whitney Warren created an aura of French “café society” when conceiving the curved, glass-conservatory design of the iconic room on 44th Street known as the Palm Café.

Clear Windows Upon the City

First impressions are always the most lasting, which is certainly the case with the New York Yacht Club’s incomparable Clubhouse on 44th Street, the defining feature of which are the 149 windows that grace the façade. But windows, of course, don’t last forever, and after 120 years those in Manhattan require serious attention.

A “Face Lift” at Harbour Court

In 2012, the distinctive stucco-and-limestone frontage of Harbour Court—originally completed in 1905—was deteriorating almost literally before Club members' eyes.

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Over the next decade, with important work either completed, in the planning stages or under way at Harbour Court or 44th Street, there are multiple projects that require major funding to ensure that the Clubhouses are preserved for future generations. These efforts—including a seawall to rebuild and a boathouse to restore at Harbour Court—and the ongoing annual maintenance of these historic buildings are made possible by the New York Yacht Club Foundation and your generous support.

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For over a century, a long line of generous donors and philanthropists have played a central role in conserving and restoring the Club’s extraordinary buildings and grounds. Today, this important work is carried on by the New York Yacht Club Foundation, and you are invited to join in their vital, ongoing mission.

The Club and the Foundation are the stewards of a pair of matchless architectural jewels. In many ways, the Foundation’s current calling is continuing the NYYC’s philanthropic legacy that was originally launched by Commodore J. Pierpont Morgan, who in 1897 donated the Midtown property on which the 44 th Street clubhouse was erected. 

To maintain such a treasured historical icon’s façade and interior in the style and finish that it deserves requires long-term planning and significant financial support, which is provided directly through donations to the New York Yacht Club Foundation.

If the 44 th Street clubhouse, with its famous, unsurpassed Model Room, offers members a spiritual connection to the seas, the Newport “station” at Harbour Court is their literal gateway to blue water. Together, these buildings forge a meaningful connection between the New York Yacht Club’s past, present and future.

For more information or assistance with making a contribution, please contact the Foundation by calling 401-608-1125 or [email protected] .

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The New York Yacht Club Building is a seven-story Beaux-Arts clubhouse at 37 West 44th Street in the Midtown Manhattan neighborhood of New York City. Opened in 1901, the building was designed by architect Whitney Warren of Warren and Wetmore as the sixth clubhouse of the New York Yacht Club (NYYC). The clubhouse is part of Clubhouse Row, a concentration of clubhouses on 44th Street between ...

Having spent much of my younger days on a sailboat, and experiencing motion sickness every time, it was with some trepidation that I approached the New York Yacht Club. Fortunately, this magnificent beaux-arts structure has been firmly anchored on 44th Street since its dedication in 1901.

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About the Club. On July 30, 1844, John Cox Stevens (1785-1857) and eight of his friends met aboard Stevens' yacht Gimcrack, anchored off the Battery in New York Harbor. That afternoon, they established the New York Yacht Club (NYYC) and made three critical decisions that day: first, they elected Stevens as Commodore of the Club; second, they ...

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Founded in 2007, the New York Yacht Club Foundation has contributed $8.1 million to fund much needed capital projects in both New York and Newport. ... About the 44th Street Clubhouse. In 1897, Commodore J. Pierpont Morgan's unexpected purchase and donation of a three-lot site on West 44th Street was the gift on which the New York Yacht Club ...

A summer cruise among New York Yacht Club members has been an annual event ever since, with the exceptions of 1861, 1898, and the war years of 1917-1920 and 1941-1945. In 1998, the club celebrated the 100th anniversary of its first cruise to Maine. A rich and storied history of the New York Yacht Club is available on their website:

The club's headquarters, a six-story stone-front building, is located on 44th street in Manhattan. Aside from this location, as mentioned, the club offers a located on the water in Newport, Rhode Island. The club is known for starting the Americas Cup yacht race. 54 percent of the members are yacht owners as per the official brochure.

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Before the 44th St clubhouse was built, the New York Yacht Club had a number of outposts in the wider area. The first clubhouse opened one year after the club was founded on July 15, 1845.

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